How I Turned the Corner Podcast
Many founders and entrepreneurs start their business because they have an itch to solve a problem but they reach a point along the way where they realize they can’t do it on their own. They have to hire and now they’re a manager. Now they are truly leading and this is where most businesses fail unless they turn the corner. Every leader goes through a place where they hit this humbling moment. Join us on How I Turned The Corner and hear stories from seasoned founders who experience this.
For over a decade, Kendra’s career has been all about creating healthier and more rewarding work environments. She has served hundreds of clients in revamping their corporate cultures, revitalizing their recruiting and helping them retain their people.
Learn how Hayden Wadsworth, the CEO of HydroJug, built his company from scratch, what he learned along the way, and how he created a company that is both profitable and a great place to work.
Being the CEO of a startup is a unique experience with its own set of challenges and rewards. Char Hu, the CEO at The Helper Bees, shares his views on growing your business and motivating employees.
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Your company lives and dies by your culture. Your core values need to show up in everything that you do. Vic Drabicky, Founder and CEO of January Digital, shares how they put culture front and center.
Leaders need to look for ways to serve their people and build a trusting workplace to elevate performance. Greg Greenwood talks about the value a “who are we” statement can bring to your business.
What better way to safeguard our future than to make sure our children are provided with the best resources to set them up for success? Tristan Louis shares Casebook PBC’s vision to alleviate poverty.
The growth of the business is determined by how problems are solved. Tammira Philippe, the president and CEO of Bridgeway Capital Management, shares her perspective on leadership and building culture.